Coke Studio’s ‘Hairaan Hua’ Taken Off YouTube After Copyright Claim by Abida Parveen
After Shuja Haider’s ‘Saiyaan’ and Abrar ul Haq’s ‘Billo’, another song from Coke Studio Season 12 has been taken off YouTube due to copyright issues. According to reports, Sanam Marvi’s first song in this season ‘Hairaan Hua’ has been removed from YouTube over a copyright claim by the legendary singer Abida Parveen.
While the management of Coke Studio has not spoken on this matter yet, Abida Parveen’s representative confirmed the news.
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Talking to The Express Tribune, a representative said:
“Abida Parveen is traveling out of the country at the moment but the claim is true. Something in this sort was in the process.”
‘Hairaan Hua’ is a poetry composed by Sachal Sarmast featuring the melodious vocals of Sanam Marvi. Coke Studio called it “a celebration of the Ultimate Beauty of the Divine, and the love and wonder it inspires in His devotees”.
With poetry composed by Sachal Sarmast, Sanam Marvi graces #CokeStudio12 in Hairaan Hua, a celebration of the Ultimate Beauty of the Divine, and the love and wonder it inspires in His devotees. https://t.co/msyTYPEdNw
— Coke Studio (@cokestudio) November 15, 2019
Earlier, the iconic Noor Jehan classic ‘Saiyaan’, featuring Rachel Viccaji and Shuja Haider faced copyrights issue by EMI Pakistan after it’s BTS video got released and the video was taken down for not having a license for reproducing an old song Maahi Diyaan Jhokaan, originally sung by Madam Noor Jehan.
Abrar-ul-Haq’s latest rendition of ‘Billo’ also faced the similar issue after Karman Entertainment Limited filed a copyright claim on the video streaming website.
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